Concerts at The Machine Shop
— The Sept. 2 performance by Seether at The Machine Shop, 3539 S. Dort Hwy., Flint, is sold out. The club will feature Chrome Mollie, Lordd Virgil, Spiral Crush and Mindflaw on Sept. 3. This is a low dough concert. On Sept. 8 is Hinder with My Darkest Days and Black Sunshine at 7 p.m. Tickets are $25 in advance. For tickets to all shows go to www.etix.com, Paradise Express in the Dort Mall (810-743-0330), Strange Daze Tattoos in Davison, High Octane in Fenton or at the club during business hours. Low Dough Shows are always at the door only. Details: 715-2650. —
Country-western fun at Wild Spurs
— Wild Spurs, part of The Jewel Entertainment Complex, at 5270 Perry Rd., features live bands Friday and Saturday nights. Friday nights are country music and Saturday’s are rock and roll. Upcoming bands include: Lester Bangs on Sept. 18 and Oct. 23. Voodoo Honey will perform Nov. 13. Details: 810-694-5960 or www.jewelgolf.com.— G.G.
Classic auto show planned
— The 16th Annual Golden Memories Vintage Auto Show will be held Sept. 19 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at Sloan Museum. This event is exclusively for original or authentically restored vehicles produced in 1960 or earlier.
The Golden Memories Vintage Auto Show is sponsored by Friends of Sloan-Longway, making it free to exhibitors and attendees. This event is non-competitive, so there will be no judging, just a relaxing day with friends and fellow car enthusiasts, who love well preserved and restored automobiles. Lottery drawing for the dash plaque vehicle of the 2011 show. Special recognition to vehicles celebrating a 50, 75 and 100 year anniversaries. Registration no required. Details: 810-237-3450. — G.G.
Grossology at Sloan Museum
— Did you know … If you’re right handed, you sweat more on your left arm. And if your left handed, your sweat more on your right arm. Grossology: The (Impolite) Science of the Human Body opens at Sloan Museum, 221 East Kearsley St., on Sept. 18. There you can climb a human skin wall with warts, hairs, wounds and other objects that act as hand and foot holds. The museum is open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays and weekends 12-5 p.m. Details: 810-237-3450. — G.G.